Saturday, May 8, 2010

D-123 What's Your vision?

"...the focus we hold in our minds affects what we perceive and how we perform. Focus creates new ideas and thought patterns. Even your physiology will respond to an image in your head as if it were reality."
Getting Things Done, David Allen

So what's your vision? Where's your focus?
That passage reminded me that I need to re-focus and get things done.

Today's image has nothing to do with the previous passage. My daughter was packing her bags and when I saw her uniforms neatly stacked up and her worn boots, it touched me. She's been activated state side and will be leaving us and her daughter for a year.

this one shows her name and rank.

My Reading corner:

Reading Nikon D300 Manual Pages 12
The Nikon Creative Lighting System by Mike Hagen 50
Getting Things Done by David Allen 56-68


snaphappee said...

Very thought provoking questions...but my brain is beyond thought, so I'll be back tomorrow to comment on that.

Great photos! Awesome light, and such a story in them! I'm so thankful for and proud of S for what she's doing.

Anonymous said...

I like the photos that tells a story and these are wonderful shots.

I like the lighting too.

Gallow said...

I like the black back ground in these photos. I think it enhances the colors of the boots and the uniform.

Happy Mothers Day!

Thank you for the advise on the camera. I should try setting it to Auto or Program mode when the lighting is that way.

Jennifer said...

Give Isabella a lots of love, take pictures to keep your girl updated about her lil girl's life.

{Cyber hugs}

Thank to troops..

Anonymous said...

the worn boots make this really personal and the bottom photo with more negative space is really effective

Leslie said...

Very touching photos. How hard for her to be gone for so long. Thank her for us!

Andrey Dorokhov said...

I like that shots! Telling stories and makes you think.
Good light

About vision, I do not know, all my efforts usually go to teach myself to leave and feel the current momentum. The more I do it the better I feel and do in my life ))

AB said...

Apt subject, perfect lighting, great shot.


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